Here’s how much Inter and Espanyol will take from the meals for Coutinho

Barcelona has a new Brazilian superstar in the face of Philippe Coutinho, who will pass to Liverpool’s Camp Nou for the impressive 120m euros plus 40,000,000 bonuses. The big deal will also benefit the former European clubs of the nation of the “seleaso” – Inter and Espanyol.

As is well known, Inter is the first professional engagement in the male age category in the career of Coutinho, who is a teenager of Vasco da Gama, but signed in 2008 with the “Nerazzurri”. He continues to play in the Brazilian team until 2010, then makes two seasons for Giuseppe Meazza.

In the calendar year 2012, however, Inter sent the youngster, then at the age of 19, to Espanyol and in 2013 the Liverpool deal for the non-transparent through the current transfer amounts of 10 million euros.

Inter reserves the right to receive an amount of future transfer to Coutinho, which means that it will now bring 2.5 million euros to the Meazza cashier. Espanyol will receive 300,000 as a “training rights” clause for the player who has been on a rental for a year there.